Jun 22, 2016

After Decades of Protest, Last California Nuclear Plant to Close & Be Replaced by Renewable Energy | Democracy Now!

In a major victory for environmentalists, California is going nuclear-free, ending atomic energy’s more than half-century history in the state. On Tuesday, one of the state’s largest utilities agreed to a proposal endorsed by environmental groups and labor unions to shutter California’s last operating nuclear power plant, Diablo Canyon, by 2025. California is the world’s sixth largest economy...

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